As seasons get more confusing (what’s the deal with balmy 65+ degree winter days?!) and COVID variants continue to emerge, the start to the new year feels ominous, thus stamping the biggest 2022 fashion trends, seen on the runways in September, with a sizeable question mark. Though reverting to a 24/7 sweatpants existence feels disheartening, it’s likely the only manner of dress you’ll be embracing right now as offices have closed and we're working from home once again. But it’s not all doom and...
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Most 2021 trends had one thing in common: nostalgia. None of us were particularly pleased by living through a second year of a global pandemic and instead sought to reinvent the present by embracing the past. We longed for simpler times through our fashion choices and social media behavior. Nostalgia felt like a warm blanket. We saw the Y2K aesthetic takeover, the return of pop-punk, and most importantly, TikTok became the taste-making social media app.
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